Altes Museum

📍 Localização e contacto

Bodestraße 1-3
10178, Berlin
030 266424242

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O Museu Altes em Berlim é um dos museus mais icônicos e conhecidos da Alemanha. É o lar de uma extensa coleção de artefatos gregos e romanos antigos, bem como um número significativo de artefatos egípcios. O museu foi construído entre 1823 e 1830 e é um excelente exemplo de arquitetura neoclássica. É um dos museus mais visitados em Berlim e é imperdível para qualquer pessoa interessada em história ou arte antiga.

🕒 Horário de abertura

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Thursday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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🗣️ Altes Museum: Opiniões

Tamara Lovrinović 1 year ago

Fabulous exhibition of Greek, Roman and Etruscan culture. I wish I had more time to explore. In the middle of the Greek exhibition you'll find a rotunda with statues of Greek Gods and you think you're invited to dine with the Gods! Absolutely stunning. Definitely would recommend to visit!

Eylül Akar 1 year ago

Finally visited this museum after 1.5 years in Berlin. Wish I had earlier. Amazing work of art to see

Nazmul Haque 1 year ago

You can see the Greek and roman history, for me the interesting part was Greek God and Godess. Do not forget to take the audio at the entrance which is available also in english as well as German language.

Sumit Patidar 1 year ago

Visited on one of the free entry weekend. Huge museum with large antique collection. Plan enough time to see and grasp every detail.

Derrick Lee 1 year ago

We didn't get to visit the museum but its on our list for when we go back so such to see to little time

Alex Harris 1 year ago

great museum, lots of information and beautiful exterior and interior

Antonis Maronikolakis 1 year ago

An excellent museum for a good price. Had ancient Greek and Etruscan exhibits.

shradha k 1 year ago

Nice ancient Romain and carrabian works. Easy and convenient access. Staffs are friendly. Recommended

Monika Monique 1 year ago

Uma coleção de história romana e grega. Situado na ilha do Museu, em Lust Garten, perto da Catedral/Berliner Dom. Um lindo edifício. Faz parte do Patrimônio Mundial da UNESCO. Construído em 1830 pela Ordem de Frederick William III, rei da Prússia.

Pramila payal 1 year ago

Ótima experiência. O museu foi designado como um Patrimônio Mundial da UNESCO em 1999. Coleção muito agradável e bem conservada. Um guia de áudio gratuito fornece uma boa interpretação dos objetos. As descrições estão em alemão e inglês.

Vishesh Sharma 1 year ago

Didn't go inside so probably not the right person to share what it actually holds, but the building itself and surrounding areas some of the most vibrant in Berlin

Zain Saleem 1 year ago

Incredible Greek mythology and historic figures at display.

Lukas Emmerich 1 year ago

Well-assorted historic museum in the centre of Berlin in a beautiful, spacious, Hellenistic-inspired building. Definitely worth a visit if you're into Greek and Roman history

Андрей Ткачук 1 year ago

Great place, a lot of interesting objects and very good place to feel history much better and create new memories

Vladimir J 1 year ago

It's one of the nicest museums in Berlin, especially if you like old Rome and Greek culture. It's not too big. You can go through the whole museum in a couple of hours without feeling exhausted afterward. Audio guides are free with the ticket so make sure to take them. It makes the whole experience much more enjoyable. They are available in English and German.

Shannon Mackintosh 1 year ago

We were really impressed with the range of art and artifacts here. We managed to book a time slot right before going in with no trouble. It was just amazing seeing how old everything was and thinking about how the Greek and Romans used to live.

Pranav Gawde 1 year ago

Precisa de muitas horas para visitar corretamente Então planeje de acordo É sobre história grega São 10 euros por pessoa (5 euros para estudantes) Os ingressos incluem um guia de áudio móvel também.

Bull Dogg 1 year ago

Visitamos o Museu Altes enquanto esperamos nosso horário no Pergamon. Não se deve comparar os dois museus, mas ficamos igualmente impressionados com o Museu Altes. A coleção é enorme e o alcance da história igualmente grandioso. O edifício é lindo e torna a visita ainda mais agradável. Não perca em pé no meio do salão circular e falando, bom efeito de áudio. Os deuses gregos em exibição no salão circular tornaram uma experiência muito especial. Passamos cerca de 90 minutos no museu e ficamos muito felizes por decidirmos visitar. Valeu a pena a visita e é altamente recomendável a qualquer pessoa, incluindo pessoas que geralmente não vão a museus.

ADELE HEXAMER 1 year ago

Taken as of today. From outside alone is so impressive.

Alsan2803 1 year ago

One of the most amazing exhibitions of classic greek art and the most complete collection of arcaic greek sculptures I’ve ever seen. You can use the VisitBerlin tickets here, though you must book a time slot in their web before hand. Free German and English audio guides at the entrance. As in any other Berlin Museum, always buy/book your tickets at least an hour before closing time! Spectacular sculptures for nice pictures next to the front gate. Also, beautiful etruscan art and weaponry.

Dr_Sia 1 year ago

O museu tem tantos corredores com exposições. Você pode obter um guia de áudio na entrada. Em um dos salões, você pode encontrar uma mulher - o cuidador do Hall - que é capaz de cumprimentá -lo em inglês, russo, italiano (não a lista completa ) e agora no ucraniano . O museu é interessante e para adultos e crianças, que podem ver lá até o ioiô dos tempos de Pompei.

Andrэ Kovalev 2 years ago

The location of this collection is most advantageous in the museums island

Anastasiia Ageeva 2 years ago

We were at this museum for the weekend. I really liked the exhibits. Audio guide in German and English only. We were at this museum for the weekend. I really liked the exhibits. Audio guide in German and English only. I advise you to visit everyone❤️

My Name 2 years ago

COOLEST MUSEUM I've ever been to! If you love Egyptian history, thus is your mecca!!! Stunning museum....the photos speak for themselves. Be sure to add this one to your list when in Berlin.

Ni Hao 2 years ago

Very interesting and loved the different divisions. Lots of sculptures

Giovanni Russo 2 years ago

A lovely trip in the ancient times

Tomasz Truszkowski 2 years ago

I recommend visiting with audioguide, about 90 minues needed

Gabriel Ferreira 3 years ago

Awesome museum. Prepare 2/3h for the whole museum tour. The ticket includes a place to leave your coat/bag and also audio guides in english and german.

Fahd Nait Ali 3 years ago

This place requires more than two hours to only scratch the surface. Recommended. Use Berlin Museums pass

Ngo Hai Anh 3 years ago

The Altes Museum (German for Old Museum) is a museum building on Museum Island in Berlin, Germany. Since restoration work in 2010–11, it houses the Antikensammlung (antiquities collection) of the Berlin State Museums. The museum building was built between 1823 and 1830 by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the neoclassical style to house the Prussian royal family's art collection. The historic, protected building counts among the most distinguished in neoclassicism and is a high point of Schinkel's career. Until 1845, it was called the Königliches Museum (Royal Museum). Along with the other museums and historic buildings on Museum Island, the Altes Museum was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. The Altes Museum was originally constructed to house all of the city's collections of fine arts, including Old Master paintings, and prints and drawings. However, since 1904, the museum has solely housed the Antikensammlung (Collection of Classical Antiquities). Since 1998, the Collection of Classical Antiquities has displayed its Greek collection, including the treasury, on the ground floor of the Altes Museum. Special exhibitions are displayed on the second floor of the museum. Under General Director Ludwig Justi, the building was the first museum of Museum Island to undergo reconstruction and restoration, which was carried out from 1951 to 1966 by Hans Erich Bogatzky and Theodor Voissen. Following Schinkel's designs, the murals of the rotunda were restored in 1982. However, neither the ornate ceilings of the ground floor exhibition rooms nor the pairs of columns under the girders were reconstructed. The former connection to the Neues Museum has also not been rebuilt; instead, an underground passageway connecting all of the museums of Museum Island is planned as part of the Museumsinsel 2015 renovations.

Sukumar Ghosh 4 years ago

Surroundings of the museum is very attractive.I could not make time to enter the museum to see the collection.

Paulo Faustino 4 years ago

Extraordinary, from the building itself to the rarities in it, if you are a fan of Greek art you can't miss this one. From the outside it looks outstanding, from the inside there are so many gems to discover. The building is well structured and provides a cozy and clean environment for the visitors, it's nice and quite so you can enjoy the contents, definitely a must go when in Berlin!

Bobae 4 years ago

An incredible collection of ancient treasures. Berlin has so many different museums that offer unique views.. and this is one of them. A must visit.

Filip Ruxandra 4 years ago

A wonderful experience! I saw amazing statues and beautiful paintings, including French impressionists. I could only stay for one hour, which was not enough. I recommend listening to the audio guide for the interesting stories about the statues and paintings. Also, if you are interested in this kind of art, you should plan on staying for at least 3 hours if not more; one hour for each floor (3 floors in total).

Chnum86 4 years ago

Absolutely underrated museum. Sure it doesn’t have monumental statues or architecture but is absolutely world class in ceramics, jewelry and smaller statues and busts

Ken Phung 4 years ago

Tourist 101 site to visit and all included with the Berlin Welcome Card. It's a must get for first timers to Berlin and to get the most in a small amount of time. Pays for all buses, trams and AB line trains. Entrances to nearly all musuems in the island.

Alkis p 4 years ago

A very nice and fairly big archaeological museum with Greek and Roman antiquities. Part of the Museum Insel an UNESCO world heritage site. It's exhibition was a nice and modern

JOHN M OH 4 years ago

There are impressive historical arts placed, you have not enough time at once. Don’t try to visit in the afternoon.

Alex Bok 4 years ago

Experiencing the history that is held within the walls of this museum was a treat. Staff is extremely helpful and friendly and the museum is laid out in a pleasant way that allows you to wander through at your leisure. It's not overly crowded and the artifacts are stunning.

Timothy Blick 4 years ago

Awesome museum, try to buy tickets early to avoid a line and get the museum pass for 18 Euro. You must put your bag and jacket in the cloak room but the whole museum is heated. It's a workout in itself to do but so worth it. Wear comfy shoes.

vijai herath 5 years ago

A beautifully built museum with a large Greek/Roman exhibit. Make sure you get an English audio guide.

Chung 5 years ago

Like all other museums on Museum Island, don't do it if you're not willing to invest the time. Each of the museums is so different and in my opinion exploring them should be worth one trip to Berlin in itself.

Stacey Howes 5 years ago

One of the best museums that I've ever been to! The art was fantastic and the building was stunning inside and out! It's best to arrive early before it gets crowded so you can wander leisurely.

Annemiek Visser 5 years ago

Cool museum with many different topics. It also has several souvenirs shops, but they can be a bit tricky to find. There is also a possibility to buy one ticket to see all museums on the museum island. I recommend that ticket if you have lots of time to spend that day. But if you just want to take your time, there would still be plenty to see in the Altes Museum. :)

Olgitta Whatever 5 years ago

Famous ang just interesting antique sculptures. Not big, 1,5-2 hours 8s enough. There is a service lift, if you are with a stroller, but you should ask the security about it.

Ger Sellars 6 years ago

Greek, Roman and Etruscan art. Everything from small bronzes to large sarcophagi. The rotunda is worth seeing as is the first floor room with grave goods and mosaics.

Glenn Auve 6 years ago

Excellent collection. The free audioguide provides good interpretation of many of the objects. The 3 day museum pass is a great value at 29 euros if you are in town for a few days.

Nicolò Ceccarello 6 years ago

Full of pieces of art, especially sculptures. Beautiful museum. With one ticket you have the opportunity to visit all the museums of that area.

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